Sucker has already made headlines this week by knocking Lady Gaga’s Shallow off the top slot in the US, and now the new Jonas Brother single has sent social media into a spin with its music video.
But it’s not the presence of the three Jonas brothers in Sucker that’s causing the meltdown. It’s the fact their significant others – Sophie Turner, Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Danielle Jonas – star in it and are stealing the show, that’s making news.
In the video, the three women strut around Hatfield House, dressed mostly in pink having massive amounts of fun in a variety of weird and wonderful scenes. At one point they are seen drinking cocktails and sucking lollies in a bath at the British stately home.
The Game of Thrones actress is also seen listening to the boys surrounded by a large number of rabbits, while elsewhere the Quantico star awkwardly walks a powerful pack of corgis round the grounds.
Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra made the news last December when they wed in India. Photos of their stunning two-day wedding were circulated around the globe. The Baywatch actress is ten years older than her husband.
Chopra Jonas took to Instagram yesterday to gush about the shoot and say how proud she was of her husband. “This is the first time we’ve worked together but not for a moment did it feel like work. Such a fun family affair.”
The boys have previously opened up about the fact the song is all about the women they love.
The video with its pastel palette and dramatic fashions is reminiscent of the editorial work of photographer Tim Walker, who is famous for creating high fashion shoots for Vogue starring Lily Cole and other top modelling names.
Hatfield House was last seen in cinemas in the BAFTA-winning The Favourite, starring Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone. Several scenes in Sucker, including the barmy bunny one, are nods to director Yorgos Lanthimos’ award-winning drama.
Colman won the best actress award for her turn in the film at the Oscars in LA on Sunday night.
Sucker already has a 4.9-star rating on iTunes, while the video has had over 4 million views on YouTube and is currently trending number 1 on the site.